1995 SVT COBRA Hard top convertible

Lucky95

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Just wondering, does anyone else have one? Or is it just me? My research shows that 499 of these were built, however I just came back from a Mustang Rally quite few people looked the car over, all said they had never seen/heard of one...
 
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General karthief

wonder how much it would cost to ship you a pair
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Is this an ad or ????
to answer the question yes there is a member here someplace that has a 95(?) 2 top cobra in black, wait, I think that's the only color they came in.
now who was that member :chin @Essn95 I think he's the guilty one.
 

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I have only seen stories in magazines, and pictures on the net but these things look pretty cool. I wish I had one. I like the stand that the hardtop goes on. Reminds me of my uncles '57 corvette with the removable hardtop.
 
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I have only seen stories in magazines, and pictures on the net but these things look pretty cool. I wish I had one. I like the stand that the hardtop goes on. Reminds me of my uncles '57 corvette with the removable hardtop.
Sort of like the Mustang truck or the Mustang Hearse Seeing is believing
 

WhiteCobra95

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I've seen two of them in Michigan. They were both at Mustang car shows, and very low mileage cars which weren't driven often (a shame!). I have seen one other '95 Cobra convertible non-removable-HT for sale out in the front of a used car dealership. It was in rough shape with top issues, but that was way back in 1997 or 1998. Convertible '95 Cobras are very rare to see in the wild. I've seen way more '94s running around here in the Midwest.

I really like the slightly different roof line of the removable hardtop, and they look pretty slick with the all of the windows down and no B-pillar - almost like a Boyd Coddington worked over SN95. I remember seeing some of the unfinished tops bouncing around for sale about 15 years ago. I think they were a couple of left-over test parts.